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ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL BABY BODYSUIT

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ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL BABY BODYSUIT
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Style: Baby Jersey Bodysuit

Not all baby bodysuits are created equal – this popular style is a must-have for your precious little bundle. The neckband is designed for easy on-and-off and a three-snap closure makes diaper changes a cinch. Personalize it with a custom image or message or dress it up with a cute pair of socks and hat or hair accessory. There's no wrong way to wear this super soft bodysuit.

Size & Fit
  • Standard fit
  • Flatlock seams, reinforced three snap closure
  • Fits true to size

  • Fabric & Care
  • 4.5 oz., 100% combed ring spun cotton (Heather is 93/7) jersey
  • Double-needle ribbed binding on all openings
  • EasyTear™ label
  • White is sewn with 100% cotton thread
  • Machine washable. Washing before first use is recommended

  • Fully committed to providing high quality and safe products, all Zazzle baby products are Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) compliant. Tracking label available in side seam.
    About This Design
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    ALABAMA STATE CAPITOL BABY BODYSUIT
    The Alabama State Capitol, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the First Confederate Capitol, is the state capitol building for Alabama. It is located on Capitol Hill, originally Goat Hill, in Montgomery. It was declared a National Historic Landmark on December 19, 1960. Alabama has had five political capitals during its history. The first was the territorial capital in St. Stephens in 1817, followed by the state convention in Huntsville in 1819, then the first "permanent" capital in Cahaba in 1820. It was then moved to Tuscaloosa in 1826, until coming to rest in Montgomery in 1846. The current structure is the state's fourth purpose-built capitol building, with the first at Cahaba, the second at Tuscaloosa, and the last two in Montgomery. The first capitol building in Montgomery, located where the current building stands, burned after only two years. The current building was completed in 1851, although additional wings were added over the course of the following 140 years. The current capitol building temporarily served as the Confederate Capitol while Montgomery served as the first political capital of the Confederate States of America in 1861, before being moved to Richmond, Virginia. Meeting in the Senate Chamber, the Provisional Constitution of the Confederate States was drawn up by the Montgomery Convention on February 4, 1861. The convention also adopted the Permanent Constitution here on March 11, 1861. Over one hundred years later the third Selma to Montgomery march ended at the front marble staircase of the Capitol, with the marches and events surrounding them directly leading to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Architecturally, the building is Greek Revival in style with some Beaux-Arts influences. The central core of the building, as well as the east wing to the rear of the structure, is three-stories over a below-grade basement. The north and south wings are two-stories over a raised basement. The front facade that is seen today is approximately 350 feet wide and 119 feet tall from ground level to the top of the lantern on the dome.
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